LG has this week revealed that the LG G Watch will be available before July and for less than £180 in the UK.
This was revealed to Pocket-Lint who seen the device at a product showcase in Weybridge, showing of a prototype of what will be the final version, which didn’t work according to the site, but it did provide a look at the feel and design of the watch.
LG also confirmed to the site that the strap will be changeable, allowing users to pick their own strap based on their own design choices.
The watch will run on Google’s Android Wear smartwatch OS, which is expected to get more details at the company’s I/O developer conference in June, where the company is said to unveil more details on their smartwatch partners, LG, Motorola, and Fossil.
LG has yet to reveal any specifications for the G Watch, but it does say that it will be coming in the next few months.